Rite in the Rain Job Preparation Notebooks

Rite in the Rain Job Preparation Notebooks


The Job Preparation Notebooks help make job education and workplace analysis easier.


  • Conveniently sized to carry around all day
  • 50 sheets of two-page forms
  • All-weather paper
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Job Preparation Notebooks are top spiral bound and contain 50, two-page forms. They are conveniently sized to travel with you throughout the day.


The Job Briefing Notebook form walks through eight pre-job points and has a spot to collect signatures. 


The Job Hazard Analysis Notebook containts spaces for a task list, hazard identification, controls, and signatures. 


The Daily Log is ideal as a work site diary to keep track of progress and note important facts.

Notable Specifications:
  • Size: 4" x 6"
  • Binding: Top wire-o Spiral
  • Cover: Polydura (yellow)
  • Number of Pages: 100
  • Weight: 0.2 lbs
  • Number of Sheets: 50
What's Included:
  • (1) Job Preparation Notebook
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Rite in the Rain Job Preparation Notebooks 151 Job brieding polydura notebook, (4" x 6")
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Rite in the Rain Job Preparation Notebooks 154 Job hazard analysis polydura notebook, (4" x 6")
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Rite in the Rain Job Preparation Notebooks 157 Daily log polydura notebook, (4" x 6")
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